Emergency Relief Resources for Ranchi District, Jharkhand

The District Administration, Ranchi is making substantial efforts to mitigate and control the spread of COVID -19. Ranchi, being the capital of Jharkhand, is more prone and vulnerable to the spread of this pandemic. To fight the battle against this pandemic, urgent and wholehearted support from corporate entities is of essence.



COLLABORATION OPPORTUNITIES

  • 50,000 N-95 masks, 300,000 3-ply masks
  • 375,000 Surgical gloves
  • 25,000 Reusable PPE suits
  • 50,000 Pairs of shoe covers
  • 50,000 Head covers

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  • 300 Thermal Scanners 
  • 150 Ventilators
  • 200 Monitors
  • Infusion pump
  • 500 Pulse oxymeters
  • 100 C-PAP
  • 800 Ambu bag

More medical equipment needs:  COVID 19_Requirement _Ranchi

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Along with the equipment and protective gears for our health workers, preparedness for corona positive patients and for setting up quarantine & isolation center, Ranchi District is also seeking food packets /dry rations for 3-4 lakhs population for at least one month

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Policy Impact Areas
Market
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • 01 - No Poverty
  • 02 - Zero Hunger
  • 03 - Good Health and Well-Being
  • 11 - Sustainable Cities and Communities

BACKGROUND AND DETAILS

In light of the declaration of COVID-19 as a pandemic by WHO and its outspread in India, the Government of India has notified it as a ‘Disaster’ under the Disaster Management Act, 2005. In view of the same, the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India vide letter
under reference has also clarified that expenditure of corporate funds for COVID-19 is eligible under CSR activity.



PARTNERS ENGAGED

There are no AVPN partners currently engaged with this initiative.



IMPLEMENTATION PLAN

The Ranchi District Administration has been on the front foot to combat COVID-19 from the very beginning. Immediate measures, such as placing adequate checkpoints in areas that were exposed to people travelling in from outside Ranchi. The administration began its work by outlining a plan and releasing guidelines on COVID-19 preparedness.

Hand sanitizers were also found to be in shortage and lacking in affordability during the coronavirus outbreak. Markets were locking down on them and sanitizers were already being sold at around five times the price and it was becoming an exclusive product. To tackle this situation, Ranchi District tried to create alternate solutions for an efficient hand rub.

Various other initiatives, such as, sending cooked/uncooked food to those in need, old-age support, surveillance and monitoring of suspects, phone lines to report, etc., are being undertaken by the administration religiously. To scale up the initiatives, increase their penetration and to act upon the Government of India’s guidelines regarding the CSR initiation, several PSUs (Public Sector Undertaking) were requested to participate and help the administration.

More information can be found here on Ranchi District’s emergency relief work.





Initiative Lead
Rai Mahimapat Ray Deputy Commissioner, District Magistrate and Collector, Ranchi Deputy Commissioner Office (Ranchi district)

Nodal agency for all the development activities in the district ranging from malnutrition reduction to education to agriculture catering to over 2.9 million citizens spread over 5097 sq km.

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